ORLANDO, Fla. - The weekend chilly weather will move into Monday.
There is a freeze warning overnight for Marion and Sumter Counties, Severe Weather Center 9 meteorologist George Waldenberger said.
Residents should cover plants and bring outdoor pets inside.
Orlando had a high of 59 degrees Sunday and will have a low of 39 degrees, Waldenberger said.
The Orlando Union Rescue Mission is offering more beds Sunday night.
The shelter will make room for 80 additional beds and can take in up to 200 homeless in need of a place to sleep.
The Men's Center on West Central Boulevard in Orlando offers emergency shelter whenever temperatures drop below 40 degrees.
The shelter will start taking people in at 9 p.m.
Brevard County tweeted that shelters will be open Saturday night and Sunday.
12/9/17: Cold Night Shelters open tonight & tomorrow evening, 12/10, at Disabled Veterans Chapter 109 #Titusville, @SharingBrevard #Cocoa & His Place Ministries #Melbourne. Call 269-0109, 636-0306 or 674-9009 for info.— Brevard EOC (@BrevardEOC) December 9, 2017
Space heaters cause one-third of home heating fires and 4 out of 5 home heating fires deaths. Protect your family: if you're heating your home with a space heater this winter, take a few moments to review these safety tips. #firesafety #manitsgonnabecold #brrrrrrr #titusvillefire pic.twitter.com/vMEoZnMokQ— Titusville Fire Dept (@TitusvilleFire) December 9, 2017
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